604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
With Geophysical & Petroleum Industry Expertise
Resourceful, analytical and detail-driven individual with capabilities in completing multiple projects with competing deadlines. Aggressive in identifying and resolving inefficient operational processes. Strong team member, able to motivate crews to achieve optimal production rates while maintaining high safety methods and practices. Reliable follow-through skills, fulfilling all administrative requirements from field activities. Clear communicator, both oral and written. Interpersonal skills interface effectively with coworkers, management and customers (CEO/ Majority Owners). Excel in unpredictable and hectic environments. Strengths include:
· Stress Management
· Accurate Log Interpretation
· Regulatory Compliance
· Quality Control
· Job Safety Analysis (JSA)
· H2S & Radiation Worker
· Troubleshooting / Diagnosis
· Sound Decision Making
· Time Management
· Personnel Supervision
Eager to serve a Canadian-based operation.
QUALIFICATIONS IN ACTION
FIELD ENGINEER – Precision Drilling
1999 - Present
Computalog Technology Services Group, Rosenberg, Texas
Selected from multiple applicants during a rigorous, multi-phase recruitment process, successfully securing the single open-hole logging unit position for this international oilfield services company. Corporation specializes in wireline logging and directional and horizontal drilling technologies. Lead a crew up to 5 professionals including trainees to supply oilfield clients with the high quality data logs. Available 24-7 during working weeks. Work in British Columbia, northern Alberta, and both north and south Texas locations. Trusted to direct all open-hole district shop functions during manager’s absence.
· Teamed to implement a regularly scheduled 3-level maintenance program. This proactive measure slashed lost hours, enabling up to 20 jobs to be completed with no tool failure. Formerly, multiple breakdowns occurred as often as every second job.
· Recognized for excellent interpersonal skills. Deal with clients in a positive and patient manner, regardless of situation. Upbeat and professional demeanor results in representing company at industry-specific trade shows.
· Awarded Computalog’s “Most Efficient Engineer” for 2003 by District Manager.
· Detail orientation serves to ensure the logging truck and computer operating systems are in peak condition. Continue by calibrating and establishing all logging tool functionality.
· Respected for quickly isolating and solving complex problems, while meeting customer requirements.
Brunswick Mining, Noranda Mining and Exploration Inc., Bathurst, New Brunswick
Hired for an 8-month co-operative education placement with extensive ventilation system responsibilities. Accurately surveyed underground ventilation circuits; performed gas and dust tests; edited/ updated ventilation plans; drew up proposals for new development drifts; and troubleshot system problems. Utilized MicroStation extensively.
· Skill-set recognized, resulting in assisting with ventilation raise dewatering project. Additionally, authorized to implement new ventilation software, Survent, and train technicians for correct use of program.
Syncrude Canada Ltd., Fort McMurray, Alberta
Retained in a co-operative education capacity. Strong detail orientation served to survey physical features for mapping, and survey dragline stockpiles for volume calculations. Further, relied upon to stake reference points for proposed conveyor moves.
· Monitored coke cells, sulfur blocks, and water levels.
· Grade staked cells in tailings and slope staked new lifts under construction.
· Laid out new cuts for draglines and shovels. Followed through with surveying month end advance for draglines, bucket wheels and shovels.
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MINING ENGINEERING - CO-OP Program
Technical University of Nova Scotia (TUNS), Halifax, Nova Scotia
ENGINEERING BRIDGE PROGRAM – TUNS Prequalification
Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia
· Placed at Georgia Pacific Gypsum Mine in a Maintenance Technician’s role to retrieve and organize core drilling samples, in addition to maintaining the conveyor belts and gypsum chutes.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY DIPLOMA
Nova Scotia Institute of Technology (NSIT), Halifax, Nova Scotia
· Served as a Mechanical Technologist Intern for the National Research Council of Canada in Halifax. Accountable for testing ventilation systems; producing AutoCAD generated schematics; and locating/maintaining steam traps.
TECHNOLOGY: Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access, Corel WordPerfect Suite, AutoCAD, MicroStation, Outlook, Internet Research and Linux-based Data Management Software.
Audrey Field - firstname.lastname@example.org - http://www.resumeresources.ca